George Harrison’s childhood home becomes Airbnb
After many months of speculation and possibly a sale, George Harrison’s former childhood home in 25, Upton Green in Speke has become available to rent as an Airbnb. The three bedroom house is close to the John Lennon Liverpool Airport.
Here’s how they describe it:
Beatles and George Harrison superfans!
There is much in Liverpool to help you experience the Beatles, but nothing quite like this.
The Harrison’s lived in this terrace home from 1950-1962. They moved right as the Beatles were starting to gain stardom and success. This is a special place, located in a cul-de-sac residential neighborhood in Speke, just around minutes ride from Liverpool.
Walk and stay in George’s bedroom, where he first heard himself and the band on the radio! There’s a comfortable double bed and a large closet.
His sister’s bedroom features a single bed and a small closet, while his parent’s bedroom is larger with another double bed. All of them are waiting for you with premium quality high thread count fresh white linen.
The bathtub features original taps from when George lived in the house! We’ve only added a shower for your utmost comfort and stocked it with all essential toiletries and soft 100% cotton high-quality white fluffy towels.
The super fast WiFi in the house is ideal for streaming your favourite films or if you need to do business from the house.
Complimentary hot drinks and biscuits are provided so you can relax with a tea or coffee when you arrive.
In case you have a car, there is free parking available around the house.
Sit and strum a guitar in the same room that George, Paul, and John sat and rehearsed during the early years.
Listen to old Beatles albums, on our retro standing record player- within a Beatles home!
Re-imagine the famed picture from the front door of a young George heading off to play in an early gig for The Quarrymen.
Jackie Holmes was the previous owner of the house, and she still owns two more Beatles-related houses in Liverpool: Ringo Starr’s childhood home in Admiral Grove and the house where John Lennon’s mother Julia lived, with her family, in Blomfield road. Holmes is planning to sell both these properties as well, in the near future.